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i understand this lesson, thank you.

Miga

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    olga

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      ishak

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    ISIS

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nuiy

    Thank you so much Ronnie, I would like to watch your videos, Because you trying to describe every words with a good simple examples, it very helpful for me..thank you so much

    Salih Mohammed

i could not find any video. please tell me how to proceed.

shaikh.mohiuddin

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    engVid

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Esmail

thank you so much i understand

jaesunshin

Didn’t you like the lesson?

Eng.pupil2011@engvid.com

Hello! I´m Carlos and I want to know something, a teacher (Mike) told me once that we can´t use the next verbs with (to) + infinitive just with GERUND
admit, avoid can´t stand, deny, enjoy, finish, keep,mind and miss but another teacher told me that we can so, who´s right??
Best wishes!

carlos

    You can NEVER use to + gerund, ever.
    What your teachers were telling you is that there are some verbs in English called “stative” verbs that cannot be used as a gerund, eg: love. I cannot really say “I’m loving this hamburger”. You should look at a list of stative verbs so you know what they are! Most verbs that have to do with emotions/feelings/thinking are stative.

    Ronnie

      thanks sweet ronnie i understood the diffirince between need and want love youuuu

      manisha18

      hi miss ronnie u r looking so cute today :*

      manisha18

      thanks u I got this degree

      HassanMohamed@mail.ru

Thank you so much for this lesson, I like your manner in teaching, also your exam is very good to confirm what you said in the lesson..^_^ Regards

Ahmed Alsaket

Thank you I help me so much this lesson and quiz use want or need.

vargas

HI TEACHER, NICE TEACHING

EDUARDO A.

thanks a lot i got it

seza

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adan

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      MaloenIngles

very helpful

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jaama

sorry i misundrestood the lesson.

jaama

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fuad omar

Hello Ronnie ;) so, I’m Brazilian and I’m planning to go to Toronto in January 2011, and I wanna know if you offer private English class and if so,how much would it be per hour? e-mail me as soon as possible, please!!! XO

Ítalo

    Hello Italo! Yes, I do offer private lessons. Please give me your email and I will tell you all the details!

    Ronnie

Thank you, good lesson

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      Engvid is thinking of you too!

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angel

hello; good afternoon thank you very much engvid

sky smith

Thanks you.

Mr.J

thank you for you help i am undertood you class thanks again

Luis

thank a lot, i learn this topic.

land

im know visitor but i think i will stady all videos because im very faible in english

hassane

want – desire; need – necessity…
‘You’re all I want and all I need…’ (Whitesnake)

TeacherIgor

    Nice Whitesnake reference! Rock on teacherIgor!

    Ronnie

I do not understand how and when to use ” I have done” and ” I did “. Please help me!

tangam

    “Have done” is present perfect, and “I did” is past tense. We use present perfect in conversation to express cool things that we have experienced in life. We use simple past (I did) to talk about boring, routine things.

    Ronnie

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abdullah

good ! my score is 100%. thanks a lot teache
i understand The difference between went .need
Thank you, good lesson i hope that

reda20000

    good ! my score is 100%. thanks a lot teache
    i understand The difference between want .need
    Thank you, good lesson i hope that

    reda20000

Hey dear ! What great lesson ! It is a piece of a cake thank you very much. Let me ask you a question : if I say I need ta sleep or any other sentence using I need ta can an American understand me ? please reply me !
Hugs from Brazil.

ricardo alessandro

    Yes Americans will say “needta” too!

    Ronnie

i understand this lesson. Need & Went

hamid

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ammar

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sara

I understand now. thank you

iin

can you provide a comprehensive lesson on direct and indirect speech please

ibbi

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princefadhel

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thanks, i understand very good

likes_english

thanks..

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foula

thank you
you best techers

saudi arabia

hello
regarding to the lesson want and need
what should i say
i want to drink water
i need water
i need to drink water
when i want water which sentence should i say.

jawahir

    We would most naturally say “I want a glass of water, please.” Or “I want some water.”
    But if you are really, really thirsty, you can say “I need a glass of water” or “I need some water!”

    Ronnie

i am happy with yours lessons

joselyn

so so clear lesson, and i like u my teacher.

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hossam

thank you i want you because i want to learn english kaleem

kaleem

I am very good
5\5

n0osa

thanks U very much for this lesson,i understand this lesson.

bharat

BEFORE I LEARN THE LESSON I GOT 5 OUT OF 5…….. ITS AMAZING… I RESPECT ALL ENGVID TEACHERS.. EVERY ONE IS VERY DEAR TO ME.. GOD BLESS U ALL… BYE 4 NOW

H ZAHED

Bundle of Thanks

Ghalib Reza

it is very good way to learn thanks

Malikzafar

i got 5/5

Malikzafar

very good

Malik Zafar

Hi,Ronnie! I’m planing to go to Canada in 2011 to study English. So, do you offer private lessons? If so, send me an e-mail telling all the details(price per hour and stuff), please. italo_fontenele2010@hotmail.com XOXO

Ítalo

    hello! yes i do offer private lessons! It is $45 per hour. You tell me what YOU want to study….prounciation, slang, conversation, grammar etc…. and I will customize your lesson for YOU!

    Ronnie

thank u for this lesson and how can we use shopping with need you told us need is necessity
thank u

tharwat

That;s great

johnjericrelox04

It is a good class. You teach English in a very friendly manner. Keep up the good work.

gowthaman

I`m really learning English with you. Thanks.

CLARINHA

Thank a lot. you are a good teacher.

mexican

hi…dear i like dis lesson…i cannot undrstand wht is the meanes of needta…so can u tell me…this word

shweta

hi…dear i like dis lesson…i cannot undrstand wht is the meanes of needta…so can u tell me…this word

shweta

    “Needta” is the way we pronounce “need to”.

    Ronnie

engvid very helpful

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tutti88

Hi Randy
I’m glad you teach me very clearly.I want to you send me new Lessons.Thank you very much for your interesting metod.

All the best to you.

Asrar

thank you teacher, good lesson…

erdaltuna66

plaese,i need a lesson speech.you make this lesson very clear for me thank u so much.

djopet

thank u f this lesson

tharwat

I UNDERTAND THE LESSON

neny

thank so much

amer

Hello :) .. I have a question..well.. I saw the video a few minutes ago.. but What i want to know is in what situation i have to use the gerund and the infinitive.. I have two lists of verbs that I can use the gerund and the infinitive.. but I have to use only those verbs?.. I don’t know!.. Please help me!.. I hope you’ll se my comment :)!
Thanks!

Brenda

Thanks

ENRIQUE

Thanks for Good lesson.

bharat

You are great & I love the way you teach us. I recommend this site to all of my friends. I wish for all of you the best.

roya

Hi Ronnie:
You’re doing good job like other teachers here.
Can you please e-mail me on below email for Private lessons and some other stuff? please use subject as: ” (Your Name) from EngVid
Thanks

M.Mohsin

    Hello!
    I ONLY offer private lessons if you live in Toronto!

    Ronnie

      Ok, But can you send me an email to discuss?

      M.Mohsin

        which one?

        M.Mohsin

Hi teacher Ronnie i’m new student and i like your lessones,but i am bigginery and i want to bigan down. you learn me the low of english.
thank you anda i want to help me.

fanole

hi beatuifulll teacher
i realy impress and now a days learn to your leachures

rao7984

good class ,can you please show us what is the usage of “that”

noufu10

thank you it was very helpful.

zahra

Thank you for the lesson!
Merry Christmas!

Natalie Byron

Thank you

yeganeh

Thank you so much ma’am.Your teaching is great.

lamberto3

Very good lesson, it helps me a lot with my english learnig.thanks ronnie.

valdimirogarcia

So good for many students but not all it’s very simple whithout want to = Wanna or need to = needta…………. Tahnks Ronyyyyyy

amine0082

i needta learn english language .
got it thanks teacher :)

raz21

Hi Ronnieachere really ur lovely teacher .I have watched all ur lessons it was very helpful.but how can i see ur new ones.thank u

Ranjbar

I love you class!!!

Noemi

I want to eat hamburger or chicken.
I don’t need shopping. Thanks a lot of dear teacher.

Soko e

VEry HelpFull ..REally THaNKsss XD

rickyken

thank you so much i understand

Jairo Angel

hi,Ronnie
you are very good

Randa Awad

Hi teacher
Thank you so much for this information about verbs need and want.But i dont inderstand yet,when did we use wanna and need ta
thanks teacher

Rachid

    Want to (wanna) is desire
    Need to (needta) is necessity.
    Hope that helps and thanks for watching!

    Ronnie

hi roonie.plzzzzzzz how can i find the video lessons on ur site plz

alnahdy

Hello Madam,

I dont know when and how to use ‘ONLY’. It look that in a sentence, depending upon the place where ONLY comes, the meaning chances. Can you please explain what meaning it has when it is used in different places og the same sentence, please.

raja

which word is stronger? i think it’s desire. right? Ronnie?

hoatpvdo

i really like these type of lessons.

siqaaf ktk

nice lessons very good

naceri redouane

l like this lesson, i know nobody cat take me go to school, but i can study english online,and the Ms Ronnie so funny, i like her, her video lessons so interesting

blueocean

Thank you so much for the great lesson. I did not know the difference. It’s clear now.

Keep up the good job.

albalushi

Very nice.Thank you.

TARAPADA PARI

I NEED YOUR CLASS

ramana1729

    where r u from?

    dhana

Hi my best teacher .
I’m one of your students in internet . hhhhh ^_^

just I want to ask you something about these words ”for and since” . How I can use it , and when. In the Present Perfect Continuous

Ammar

    For we always use with a number eg…I’ve been living her for 5 years. Since we use with a date…eg..I’ve been living here since 2007.

    Ronnie

so sweeeeet of u dear thanx a lot……..

sara

thank you.ronnie.I like this lesson the english.

cirilo

thank you..Ronnie. I really understand this lesson

Radhika

than you so much i need same english lesson

Mishon

Hi, Techar Ronnie. I like your lessons and i learnig. so i have to learnig morthan mor so i keep hops. i undeastand kind you and good pronounce… Thanks your verry much.

anuruddha

THANCK YOU RONNIE I LIKE YOUR TEACHING

chaabani

i joined to uour lessons please tell me how to download videos lessons

anwar1975

Thanks Ronnie It was very Useful…

noorulz

Ronnie plz clear my doubt what is the meaning of ain’t…

noorulz

    Watch Alex’s video on ain’t!

    Ronnie

why do you accept to me on your link?

Hoa

    I don’t understand your comment! Sorry!

    Ronnie

Thank you very much , I understand the lesson

Attia Elgharabawi

i really liked your teaching style and thank u for this lesson

vanajakhsi

Thank you, i understand the lesson..but i think i really really need to work hard to learn more that’s all…

chazychaz2009

Dear Ronnie
thank you for your lesson its was helpful.

Ahmad

Thanks ronnie

samiadeel

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rizwan

Thnx.you are perfect teacher for esl.I liked ur way of teaching

syed

thank you my sweetest teacher i love your way of talking you are so cute i will pray for you. may allah give you succes in any field. by have nice time

anu/neha

i was thinking that i can speak better

prasanna

i like this site and learn more things from this site thanks for giving this facility

meer hassan

Respectful all the teachers specially Madam Ronnie,
I have been learnining many things from your lessons and I will keep learning many things from your lectures and speacilly your way of teaching is splendid.
I am also a teacher of English Language and I repect you with the bottom of my heart that you taught me many things.

yasir jamshaid

Repectful Madam Ronnnie,
Please tell me the correct usage of all the prepositions that where we have to use the prepositons and what are the basic rules for those prepositons.

yasir jamshaid

very useful site thnx a lot

soma

Dear Ronnie , you are a fantastic teacher-I listened a lot by you !! Great!!!!

maria

    maria you are right

    kami

HI
Thanks for the lesson .
Will you explain something about new vocabulary using always
Mahesh Katkam
Indian

Mahesh Katkam

thanks

madhav

its great to listen the classes for free of cost . I learned many things in english from u madam have a great days and bye 4r now

santosh

im so surprised!! she used to be my teacher when i was studying in toronto… she is awesome!! good to see you again!!

cecy corrales

    Hey…..what is your name? Where are you from? Brazil or Mexico?

    Ronnie

      ROONIE your teaching is beautiful i don’t known proper english i thing u teach me with basics of english plessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!

      chandu

      im cecilia corrales from mexico, i studied in SEC on august of 2009, and you were my teacher for like 2 weeks. i like so much this website it’s very useful!! and im learning a lot with you.. again!! love your teaching atittude and i loved toronto too! =)

      cecy corrales

        Cool!

        Ronnie

Hi thanks a lot,ur very good…God bless u.

belinda

thanks madamu give these opportunity

chandu

Thank u 4 ur all ur help ronnie teacher

vijaymattool

Thank you I like your teaching style.
I learned many things in english from u .Now I enjoy to practice it. Thank TTTTT……

nat

hehehe… i understand everything…. and my score is 5/5.. tnx a lot teacher ronnie..

regina

Hi.
May i ask you a question about preposition?
I’m confusing to use in,on and at.
For example: The restaurant at the corner of Main Street and Detroit Street.
My writing teacher told me use “at”.
But my speaking teacher told me use “on”.
But i also know that we use “in the corner” in some cases.
So how do we know when to use in the corner,at the corner or on the corner.

MyLe

    You can use both “on the corner” or “at the corner”.
    “In the corner” is wrong when you talk about streets or locations. You can say “in the corner” when you talk about where someone/thing is. Eg… The dog is in the corner.

    Ronnie

      Thanks a lot ^^.I got it now.

      MyLe

dear a good teacher
my name is kid and I am from mauritania
I am studing english right now in washington but I have to go to canada in a few month for studying overthere so what school do you recommended for me
thanks

lekbeid

    Sorry I cannot recommend a school for you — it is best to do FREE trial lessons at the different schools in the city you are going to live in. After you do the trial lessons, you can decide for yourself where you would like to go!

    Ronnie

your method of teaching is wonderful..carry on the good work.

Thank you!

hapkido

thank you for your support Kindly please continue …..

dhana

this is very easy to understand…
thank you..

anneamores

thanks a lot for that, I would like to give us a brief account on the reported speach .

we look foward to being in touch again sson!

khalil

thank you so much i understand

leftu

thank you,i learned new thing today…..have nice day.

ravikumaralluri

I like your teaching very much Thank you

chacriya

i understand easily. thank you.

sushil

Thanks for your help Ronnie,you are such a good teacher

doe

thank you very much for this lesson .I REALLY WANT TO BE YOUR STUDENT.

salah

Teacher Ronnie!
Thank you very much.
It”s very clear now.

Michelle

Hi Ronnie
I would ask you the different between about and above.

aysar70

    About means around or approximately, above means on top of.

    Ronnie

thaks for learing me

yousef

I learned what is between want and need

yousef

Thanks Ronnie

aysar70

I WANNA LEARN ENGLISH . THX RONNIE

taha25

you are awonderful teacher .iwanna add you to my mail
maher_said86[at]yahoo[dot]com
iam waiting your adding

maher hasan

thanks ronni

Mahnaz

Thank you!! ^^

summy

hello ronnie you are my best teacher of english.

ahtsham1

Thank a lots of you!

NOORULLAH.K

hi rronie nice video thank’s agaIN YOU ARE REALLY HELPING ME . C U

alex

What kind of salat do you desire? ;) I could not understand the word :/

Malgosia

Thanks a lot Teacher.

Manoj

thanks for teaching diff b/w want and need.
but i want to ask mam that u hv given the example that i need to go to the market.. but to go to the market is not my necessity.we go to market to enjoy. to make fun

vik

IT IS REALLY A GREAT TEACHER.
Thanks

JOSE VALERIO

thanks a lot teacher , but why did u say ( I need to go shopping ) is shopping a necessity ?

Nada

    Yes. If you just said “I need to go”, it may mean you have to go to the toilet, or you have to leave!!!!!

    Ronnie

      no , u didn’t understand my question teacher ,I meant why don’t we say I( want to) go shopping instead of I (need to) go shopping because shopping is not a necessity and we won’t die if we don’t go shopping ??

      Nada

        You can say I need to go shopping because you need to buy food or something.

        Ronnie

          thanks teacher , I got it , I LOVE U TOOOOOO MUCH

          Nada

          i am also not getting u ,because u said we use need when there is something which is so important and necessary,so shoppping is not necessary dear?can you explain me please

          Simran

thank you so much……………….

umaid

My desire is to drink a couple of cold beers with u. I need it so bad.Lol. I wrote this just 4 fun cute teacher.have a nice day.

Efrain

    Cool I love beer!

    Ronnie

Maam Ronnie, Plz explain to me what’s the meaning of WON’T..i really2x confused…..

Reynaldo Q Paquingan

    itz a contraction of will not,we use it same,as we use will not,let me give u an example,we say i will not do this work,in the same way we can say,i wont do this work,so sometimes we use wont at the place of will not,hope it will help u dear

    Simran

    Won’t = will not.

    Ronnie

i was in searching of it,many timesI gEt confuse in need and want,hET dear we can also use need for sumthing which is less important

Simran

Mam ronnie,i heard about wanna,but knowing first time about ned ta,i am pakistani,so here we usuallly prefer to use british english,so can we use needta in british english?

Simran

    YEs!

    Ronnie

Dear ma’am I understand your lesson very well.
what are difference between phrases and sentence?

zafar Ali Soomro from pakistan Karachi

Zafar Ali Soomr

    I was taught a ‘sentence’ is a group of words to form a statement and a ‘phrase’ is a group of words that are part of a sentence. For instance,

    ‘I like this forum for many reasons, first of all, it helps me with my English learning but , not only that, I enjoy a lot the discussion topics and the riddles’

    ‘first of all’ and ‘not only that’ are phrases.

    hope it will help u,and i am from hyderabad,pakistan

    simran96

i like the way you teaching english i hope one day meet you to have fun thank you for teach me english i like it

carlos

Thanks madam i understand our lesson easily.And it will help me in improving my english.

Muhammad saad ali

thanks. i love engvid

gracia

i need ta see you and kiss you

imane

nice work Ronnie, i really appreciate

shajjo

thanks,Ronnie ist best teacher

evzen

now i understand the difference…thank you and i got 5 out of 5

dero99

give me some tricks or any idea that i can improve my English learning …. i know every thing at time
when i m going to write something ,ultimately i forget and i cannot empress my idea???????????

dero99

Thank you very much :) respect!

kvaitulys

thanks to teacher because your teaching is better than I learnt when I was young.

yoga

Thank you very much for
your great efforts exerted
and
your interresting way of teaching
yours faithfully,
Ahmed Ibrahim

Ahmed Ibrahim

I can’t follow your lessons because youtube is prevented in my workplace could you send me – by e-mail – some of your video lessons to benefit from them?
Thanks so much …..

Ahmed Ibrahim

I need to follow your lessons
and I want that
but the only way availlable for me is my workplace network service …..
Thanks a lot …..

Ahmed Ibrahim

Very interesting…
Thank you…
Regards….

Ahmed Ibrahim

this lesson is very helpful for me

saravanan

you are doing great job online, madam

dr Subhash

i got my best score..thank you111

dewi erlina

very nice page to learn english .
thank you very much

mohamed

Thank you so much..it was easy :)

Elayne

I’m leave in Phnom Penh city cambodia

vichet thach

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mezin

Thank you teacher Ronnie !

salimayoubi

thanks,butifeel many problems

kumar k

Thank you so much teacher

Farhadstudent

Thank you!

shahlo

thanks teacher :)

kaungmyat88

hi
i am from jordan and like ur teaching methods too much

thx alot

milhim

evrytime i play your vedio i learn something from you.. tenx Ronnie your the best teacher i ever had..

illcano

    Thanks!

    Ronnie

hello madam,
when to use need to and want to ?

jassi1914

thank you ronnie and I wish good luck you & your team for doing such a beautiful job.

manjeet

Ronnie one more thing could u send vedio link of Hole Tenses in a single Vedio but it cud be in your teching style .

manjeet

very nice
thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks

memo505

Many thanks for your energetic lessons

mohaa

I really want to say thank u to you so much

nivya

Salut Ronnie……i lov the way u teach ……u r passionate about teaching……iam learning many thgs from u……keep it up……

mk637172

nice job Ronnie thanks

Imtiaz Ali

Thank you very much

tareknagla

THANK YOU…

chandanacolombage

hello – is it just me !! can any one explain why when i type in the bing browser “www.engvid.com” i get a different site yet whe i type it in google its ok? could this be a bug in my system or is any one else having same probs ?
alfie saden

alfiesaden

can’t stop watching Your lessons. You are cool and do useful thing.

Igor

hi,Ronnie i like ur classes very much.u r so much friendly.um new 1 in diz website.i hope u’ll help me.plz tell me what is the meaning of “wallow” nd how to use it????

tazreen

    Wallow we usually only use like this…..”wallow in pity”. It means to stay in the state of feeling bad for yourself.
    The dictionary definition says it is mainly for animals – we are animals too! We usually use it to talk about emotions.
    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/wallow That is the link to the definition.

    Ronnie

Thanks Ronnie, you are a good theacher and pretty woman…
just tell me if can I speak English fast and how?

Ryad

Hi Ms. Ronnie.How are you?Can i ask you if what is the difference between REGULAR VERBS and IRREGULAR VERBS?And Pls. give me the meaning or definition of Article,Preposition,Conjunction and Interjection.Hope you will have lesson for this. Thanks.

elsa22

    Look in an on line dictionary.

    Ronnie

xlent…prevsly i don know abt needta….thank Ronnie for this xlent lession

rukhsara

i always enjoy reading q & a ,b/w ronnie and others

rukhsara

thank you so much ,im enjoy with your lesson

shaimaa

thanks for your lesson. i have a question . wanna, needta, gonna(going to) are they formal . can I use them in formal conversation.please replay

raja

    No, they’re just for casual spoken conversation — in a formal or business setting, say “want to”, “need to”, and “going to”.

    engVid Moderator

Thank you so much for your wonderful teaching service…i like it very much and also the way your teachin….its so easy to learn anyone.

preethi

Thank you so much for a great lesson.

randore

thanks lovly teacher….

usman456

Thanks alot for lessons.

Could you guys please make a lesson on prepositions? preposition are very confusing for me atleast. like by , with , on , in , under , across and many which we use in our daily life.

Thanks in advance :)

sammy

    Search engvid “prepositions” – there is already a lesson on prepositions.

    Ronnie

I’m thai.I speak bad in english.when i found this it’s helped me a lot.thank you so much.

phoo

Thank you for your lesson ,, :)

ponzakung

Hi Ronnie,
you are my favourite teacher and learning from you is very pleasant!
My question: canadian pronunciation is more similar to american english or british english? Or is it different from both?
Regards from Italy!

marpos

    Canadian pronunciation is different from both because there are SO MANY different accents from both Britain and America.

    Ronnie

oh ! thank you so much for your efforts ! you’re very helpful.
i like the way you present lessons it’s funny and the lessons are easily assimilated :-) thank you so much :-)

openarms

Hi Ronnie, is everything Ok? i hope so !
my name is Luciano I´m 37 and i will go to toronto next August, could You answer me if is possible to have private conversation class with You? I will be in Toronto from 09/03 up to 10/03
feel free to answer it in my e-mail.
thanks in advance
X´s n O´s

lumarcosp

    Of course!

    Ronnie

      -oh! good, please just let me know what I need to do to schedule my classes with You.
      -If possible,I would like to have 3 or 4 classes by week.
      Up to there I will Keep on EngVid.com.
      By the way, Thank You !! You and James are great!

      lumarcosp

Thank you…

hcinko

thanx a lot

israel

You’re the best teacher..GOD Bless..

Kath

Thnx teacher for this wonderful lesson,and i actually have a question which is
what is the difference between i just want to and i want just to???
i appreciate your time

aulia

thnx a lot teacher Ronnie for this wonderful lesson, and i actually have a question for u which is
what is the difference between i just ant to and i want just to? which one is correct

aulia

    I just want is correct.

    Ronnie

      thnx but why we use i just want and not i want just?????

      aulia

i understand this video very well, but how i wish i can also see the quiz here :(

maggi

thank you very……………much mam

aleem

incredible!! thanks for that leason!! I learned so much!!

MaloenIngles

thank u ronnie

merkeb

thank’s

nouribadi

nice thatchers team and the best way i fund to learn English I loved it thank you very much .

hassan

just i need to learn how can i writ and connect the letters

hassan

Hi and what about “WISH” it’s about desire as well ? What the difference “Want” – “Wish”?

alexaleku

    Wish we use for more like something that is impossible to get! I wish I could fly/be taller/eat and not gain weight!
    Want is for obtainable goals. I want pizza for dinner.

    Ronnie

Thank you very much, I understood :)

Abdul Bari

thank u so much!! you`re really good teacher!!

glo

thank u so much , great teacher!!

hassan1987

Thank you for lessons. All information is easy to understand. I think I can learn language with you.

Nastia

I really like your lessons
thanx a lot

majeed

miss.Ronnie. do honor to you.i want to thank you.you teach great.i want to met.but i can’t.

faisal

I like this teacher)))

Артем

Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
I appreciate your effort.
I once read “If you want someone , you want to have sex with him.”
Is this information correct?

seedygaber

    Yes.

    Ronnie

u people doing fabulous job but could u please tell me that have u been teaching on Skype ? thnx

umer

How often do you use “I want…”? Our english teacher says better use “I would like…”

Helen

    I would like is more polite. I want is casual.

    Ronnie

very good lesson and a very good prononciation see you soon

alain

i need to practice moor do you have a more vid please thanks a lot

alain

Thank you. Your lessons are the best.

Helen

thanxxss

ansh

Hi, This session is very useful to me your way of teaching is so good.

Bobby

what is ta???

Bobby

    Ta is how we say “to”, it is not a real word….unless you are learning English in Scotland…ta means thanks!

    Ronnie

Thanks

cordelia04

how can we overcome our fear to converse in english. These lessons are really good and beneficial but what about the real talk. everytime I open my mouth to speak I got stuck. where as I can write very well.

999

Which one is right- I want a change or i need a change ?
Thank You

Ahmad

thanki you teacher

manea

i like quizes i always get the complete score :) :) :) love u

manisha18

thank for your lesson!!
this is the best i ever watch
good teacher!!

longhuynh

big thaaaaaaanx i love u all here ..

hish1992

I wanna thank you.

geop147

hi Ronnie,
do you have any video such as (any,some,much)

qaqor

Dear Ronnie.
You are great teacher! Thank you very much.
Dzintars from Latvia

Dzintars

Hi ronie, could you explain me which is the difference between stuff and thing?

karem95

Thanks a lot~
I wanna improve my english~
Your explaination helps me so much…

Purple

whats the different between need i go ? or i want to go? which its right.thank you.

mrsummer

very intellectual in teaching. Thank you very much for your help

laxmamatha

Thank you teacher

santhu

thankyou ronnie u ‘re the best teatcher

sara

Excellent!!!!this Webpage! I love engVid

Maria Mero

Thank you so much for this lesson.

vijith

hi ronny, i’m new here, but i love your classes. i’m learning too much with you and the other teachers there, or here (in ENGVID). today i got 5 to 5 in the quiz. i’m an english teacher that doesn’t speak english fluently… i hope change this… kisses…

evellineortega

great lesson,thanks

rabbani

hi Ronnie. i woud like u speak about (if) when we can be at the beginning. and when we can use in the middle.pls answer to me.thank Ronnie.

arzu715

pls ronnie i cant understan here this. i must say so or how? i wanna eat piza or i wanna to eat pizza. i cant understand here pls write this for me. thank

arzu715

    Wanna = want to…
    You do not have to say wanna to!
    SO….I wanna eat some pizza!!

    Ronnie

Thanks very mush Oh no!! Thanks very much haha:D
I need to go to sleep now.It’s 4 pm. now in Thailand :D

love you teacher Ronnie

Pete

    It’s 4 pm. now in Thailand.
    or?…
    Now it’s 4 pm in Thailand.

    Pete

thank Ronnie.kisss u/thank u r the best teacher!

arzu715

I am learning whith your lessons, thank you.

Joseluis Villarreal Sotelo

Thanks, for your lessons

Joseluis Villarreal Sotelo

hi how r u ?

salwa

ronnie mam teachs very well.thanks mam

dilip

thank you so ….. much teacher

soukha

Thanks for this lesson

mayaalhabsi

Hi teacher Ronnie

mayaalhabsi

Thanks teacher Ronnie

zouril2012

i like your teaching way . can you tell how to download all lessons by one link .

basem

mam ur teaching is awwesome and its helping me a lot.I have a doubt what is the difference between DID and DO?

rocky

    Do is present tense.
    Did is past tense.

    Ronnie

i need a food & water .
i want to learn english language.
ha ha ha awesome !!!

ali

Thank you teacher ronnie

Shimaa

Hello & thanks!

sfidelis

hi Ronnie .. please i wanna know what’s difference between like and as ?? like and love ??

ahmed158

What is the difference between deny,reject and refuse.can u plz,teach on this topic.
Thanks,

Anu

Thank you very much I really understand what the difference between want and need.you are good teacher.

Keep it up!

Dereje

Hello, Ronnei,
Iam so proud of you . it was really fantastic and beautiful lessons . i really got much benefit.

Haider

Ronnie, you are my favorite teacher! Thank you for your lessons.
Please explain the difference between “hold” and “keep”.

orangelass

    Hold means to put in your hands. I hold my baby.
    Keep means to save something. I keep the money.

    Ronnie

Ronnie, thanks for explain the “want and need” and too comments above : hold and keep . “VOCÊ É MARAVILHOSA” You are wonderful.

rcfeijo

hi ronnie …can u tell me how to use present perfect tense

deep

    Search the site for “present perfect” there are many videos for you!

    Ronnie

Hello,
Kindly, What is the difference between “job, work and career”?
BEST REGARDS
FAEZ – IRAQ

faez

    Job is a noun.
    Work is a noun and a verb.
    Career is used to talk about a job that you continue to do for many years.

    Ronnie

      Your reply is adorable. But can you tell me WHERE can I use these three nouns? I mean is it correct to use any of which in the same expression?

      faezsalih

Hi happy new year. I want your advice. Please tell me what is the difference between from and of.
For example.
Many thousand died ( from) of influenza after the First World War.
It is a red wine of (from) tow popular grape varieties and bouquet of (from) red fruits.

pafsilipoclub

    In all of your example sentences, of and from mean exactly the same!!!

    Ronnie

Hi.Ronnie.
you are the best teacher for me I love ur teaching methode.

Safi

Im a new student of english languge please help how to improve my english

Safi

thanks a lot!

rose93

mam tnks

n oorudheen

amazing

aafreen

Very good lesson. Ronnie is really great :)

rafal from poland

Thank you for useful lession.

Sukhe

hi i hope u r 5n thnk u i got more bt sometimes we say can i have some water plz

king kafi

Hello!!I´ve found this lesson very useful because i´ve never heard `needta´.
Thanks very much.

alexalex99

I am really excited to learn a new word ‘needta’

Ashritha

that was really necessity lesson .Thank you our dear teacher Ronnie

munguu08

Thank you for great Lessons Ronnie.

bargozide

thank you .ms Ronnie…

nvh2012

thank you very much for all your lessons, i’m following you step by step.

majid

This Lesson Is Really Helpful For Me. Thanks a lot.

Lily

We do not want more lessons, but we need more haha. Thank u

itri

Thank you. You are great! Ronnie

Marta Tavares

Thank you my favorite teacher :)

adel2013

Hi ms.
I wanna know when we say “at home” or “at school” and when “in the home” or “in the school??

nasi

Thank you teacher ^_^

lunady

Mam, Ronnie? May I request a Lesson? regarding the difference between much and more?

euryjhin

difference of like and want

aimee

its cool ronnie, u teaching fantastic way its easy to understand

lotus

I love your class….your pronunciation is very clear for me….even when I don’t speak english very well…thanks.

mariuxi71

I would like to be taught by you nearly. thank you so much my dear teacher

nawshad11

i got it but please tell me the antonym of the word “Thrist or Thirsty”.Thanks :P

mdkhanz

I need lesson to you a very day if I want learning English .(:

abdulrahman205

thanks, but i really need to learn English.
you are funny.

blackeyes

Thank you very much, you are very good teacher.
I like you. (popular he he he…..)

kimm28

Thanks Ronnie

aouina

very thanks for this class, and wat is the different between will be and shall be, and when we use would and should?

vinugovind73

Thank you very much!!!

alexalex

Thank you!!

pafsilipoclub

Thank you very much, you are very good teacher.

nazima

I need engvid to improve my english .

wassimcapitano

that was very useful for my. I need it.

I have aquestion.

could i say need in the past.

ex. I needed this lesson???? that is correct or we should use this verb in the present form???
thankssssssssss

malak1989

Thank you teacher .

Tods@Biggy

Hi
Thank you a lot.couid you please tell me what it means? ” Hi there”

leili

wow, thank miss ronnie i got a 100% with
need and want
i am really glad with this lesson.

omotakok

Ronnie, contractions used are usual in the English of England?

carcastro

before , i was confuse of the both words,
so now ver vler for me,
thank you for evrything Ronnie.

francois davichen

Hi Ronnie,
thanks for your explanation.
I must say, that I have never heard “needta”
take care

cep62

That was a good class

nicopapa

thank you

amiraabdo

I need to learn English, but I want to do it with Ronnie:). Is it a good example?

Old toad

80% :)

ionellyn

Thanks for the class Ronnie.

tanerkamali

thank you teacher i understand

AL-Huzimi

what is the difference beyween want and wish?

verta

Thank you so much,Ronnie,you’re awesome

Guajiquiro

I’m verry happy

Olivier Machumu

Thank you.

Nadir

thank you so much ! :)

zayou

I wanna learn english and I need a tremendous teacher like you!!!
Thank you!!!

Emi

Thanks Ronnie! I wish I had a teacher like you.

ertanix

Thanks Ronnie…

Ram Langle

thank you

ahmed198555

Keep up the good work Mrs Ronnie!!! Your way of teaching is always understandable. I would like to ask you how I can improve my listening and speaking skills. What should I do to remember the new vocabulary? Thank you in advance for your time.

panos2015

Hi.. teacher .. I learned a lot and I could you help me ..? I really confused with would and will how can use it in ptoper sentence.. thank you

ruru07

Hello miss Ronnie really thanks for all your jobs
I have a problem with writing can you help me and explain it and if you had explain it can you give me a link I hope you help me and thanks again ….
Anfal

falfoooli

Hi Mrs. Ronie, I really like the way you teach. It’so easy to understand than others…Thank you so much.
Could you make a lesson about prepositions like in and on, about and of, at and to. Please. I had checked your videos I just found To and for. Please please. I always fail in grammar exams and cant have a job.

myrrh

Thanks a lot

JaviMono

5/5

ann ann

Thank you Ronie

Marioo

Very good!
Ronnie, I need your e-mail to make some questions.

Albertocontato

Hi teacher Ronnie that was a helpful lesson thanks a lot !

radja

Thanks Ronnie, you are best….

Rutuja

Thanks! Ronni these two words are always confused me so I wanna say thank you !!!

tsedale

Thanks! you are a wonderfull teacher

rigagus

Thank you.

maanRhabeeb

I like you :) You’re the best.

AnthosLotou

Thanks Ronnie ,you are a good teacher.

Helen Ioannou

Thanks for your teaching👌

Rafik usma

Thanks a lot.

ebihand

Thankyou so much Ronnie!

sathish79

Thanks a lot Ronnie!

Vivimi

I got 80% and i had not seen this vidoe before.
Thanks ronnie

kanikadh

Got full! 5on5 thanks mam!
;D

RUSHIL

That moment when i realized that you said Caesar salad….silence….My brain was blocked didn’t heard anything more…. Well now i have my salad i’m ready to continue.Interesting lesson

Davor Ristic

Excellent lesson, I understood everything. It was very clear. Thank you so much, Ronnie!

cleonir gomes

thanks you are a good teacher

Carlosrv

Teacher ronnie you are the best it helps me alot

Salman 10

thanks you

noviandani

Thank you for this lesson.it was very interesting

ANOUMOU

thank you

Alister Pinto

thanks . although I knew the answer I made a mistake in number 1 !

Soei

Ronnie thank you very much! Very good classes.

serbar1958

Thank you Ronnie!

Farydon

Thank you ms Ronnie this is big help for me

Karlcel

Amazing explain!!
Thank you so much ;)

Abrar19

i understand but i can’t to remember this :(

Djeky

yeeessssss i got full!
thank you madam Ronnie :D
that was helpful and a wonderful lesson…..

Thanu

You’re right Ronnie, but now I need a beer!

DavideLodi

Thank you Ronnie

kheireddine007

Thank you Ronnie

Alberto Marins

what is the difference between “want” and “like”?

Hadi@ 333

Hello Ronnie, it´s my first time here. I really loved it.!

Martitausa

thanks!

shihai182

That was a good lesson. Thanks Ronnie

Novak Dean

Hi Ronnie!

I have a question.

I am loving this hamburger.

It’s wrong.

Can i to say this phrases below ?

I am liking that car.

I am studying about gerunds and infinitive but there is any words that cannot change.

Like, love, prefer ..

Rodrigo Silva z7

You got 5 correct out of 5.

M kartal

Love to watch more lessons .amazing to learn. Great class…..

WeqarK01

thanks

marcus147

thanks i got all the 5 question

marcus147

Thank you

masood

Thanks a lot
Could you please tell me what is the past of need?

Ahmad.b

thanks , I get 5 correct out of 5.

ayadalshakr

    thanks , I got 5 correct out of 5.

    ayadalshakr

thank you for all lessons

elpa

please mam, help! can I change the direct form of the speech – he said, “I needn’t go there.”- into the indirect form – “he said that he did not go there.”

sollu

Hi Ronnie ,this is my first day learning with you .
I’m so happy I found you ,I need to get ready to pass my high school diploma ,can you give me any extra tips to study ?please?
Thank you !

obrown

Thank you for teaching me about this

santishai

THINK YOU ENGVID

jack11221199

thank you very much dear Mrs Ronnie, you teach very well, I got 100

tebyan

Newborns need milk for sure ;)

jaresd

Thanks a lot Ronnie :)

@Joanna@

Cool!

Soei

I got 100 in two classes!Thank you Ronnie!

phlivino

5/5! Great! I need to learn English for my business, and I want to learn with Ronnie’s lesson.

Jerry Gu

ı wanna learn english.This lesson is very clear.Thank you for the lesson

furkan97
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